My housemate found the neatest picture but it won't let me post it here for some reason. It's a picture of an invisible Joe Thornton...absolutely threw us into laughing fits. I wish I could post it here.
I would venture to say that Ryan Clowe might choose his words a little more carefully next time when it comes to who he calls out. Nik Kronwall let him know that you should always be careful what you wish for.
I'm not ready to give in yet. I'm not ready to change my allegiance to Boston yet. This can't be the end. I know that eventually it will come to an end, but not yet. One more night, guys, that's all I ask.
It makes me think of something my mom said to me a couple months before she passed away. "I haven't fought this long and this hard to give up this easily." She was talking about fighting cancer, but I think these words fit the boys well.
My friend Betty was telling me that Cheli did an autograph session at a Verizon store in Okemos (near Lansing) the other day, and her niece was there. She's a huge Cheli fan. He was supposed to sign from 1-2, but he came in and started at 12:30, telling people, "I have to leave at 2 on the dot. I have to be at the Joe." She said he was gracious and kind, and he spent time with her niece, who is mentally challenged. He signed her jersey for her, took pictures with her, and Betty said Bonnie was "over the moon." I'll see if I can get some of her pictures to show you, but I thought you'd like that.